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The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced the appointment of Shaun Walsh as president.
Since joining Light House Architecture & Science (then known as Jigsaw Housing) as a graduate architect in 2013, Lebner’s career trajectory has been stellar.
Hinds’s work is characterised by an abiding awareness of Tasmania’s architectural traditions – and seeks to foster deep social and environmental connections, through a high level of quality in architectural ideation and execution.
Just over two years ago, Jean Graham established Winter Architecture. Jean considers herself secondary to the practice, straying away from the fulfilment of a self-titled practice.
Natalia Krysiak is one of 112 people who have been awarded a prestigious Churchill Fellowship in order travel to Singapore, China, Japan, Canada and the United Kingdom to investigate child-friendly, high density neighbourhoods from a design and social policy perspective.
People should be incentivised to move to other areas of the country to reduce housing pressure in urban centres and increase housing affordability.
The Abedian School of Architecture has further strengthened its environmental credentials with the appointment of an international expert in sustainable architecture and urban design, Dr Daniela Ottmann, to the role of associate professor of Architecture.
Architecture students from the University of Newcastle have been tasked with designing a landmark contemporary arts space for Lake Macquarie.
Crone Architects has appointed Ashley Dennis to principal – Design, Architecture while the introduction of Paul Brace and Martin Stacey will provide new leadership to the team.
Scott Carver has announced a total of eight key promotions to the position of associate or senior associate.
We talk to Crone COO Kathlyn Loseby on what makes a successful parental leave program and how her firm has managed to turn this hallmark policy of workplace flexibility into an efficiency enabler.
Global engineering and infrastructure advisory company Aurecon has appointed three new leaders, Karl Wilkinson, Craig Stevenson and Anita Milne to help deliver New Zealand’s rising need for more sustainable, efficient and resilient buildings.